Rick Scott's Plan: Blame the Unemployed, Cut Drug Oversight, and Other Goodies
You can't say the guy's not trying. Florida's favorite baldheaded former fraudster, Gov.-elect Rick Scott, has been tossing off bits of a new economic plan. Not surprisingly, most of his talking points involve limiting government involvement and letting us little guys pull like mad on our bootstraps.
Reforming health care for Medicaid recipients (through a waiver), and state employees to consumer directed care will lower the cost of health care, increase choice of health plans, and save taxpayers' $1.8 billion.
We're betting that whoever typed that had a strong sense of the absurdity of the situation.
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